America’s Selfless Medical Workers

Medical Workers Through thick and thin, medical workers across the country have shown they are not scared of the coronavirus. The heroism that they display is nothing short of fearless. This is on display in the Navajo Nation, where volunteer doctors and nurses from the University of California, San Francisco battled COVID-19.[1] Their efforts have helped stem the spread of the virus in an area that surpassed New York for the highest rate of infection in the U.S, as much as “10 times the rate of other Americans and Canadians”.[2][3] In another show of solidarity, frontline workers and families in the Navajo Nation are receiving care packages raised in donations through two nurses.[4]

We are only as strong as our hardest-hit communities. If there is inspiration to be gained, it is from those who do not flee danger, but confront it. The sacrifices that medical workers have made to better communities across the country is intangible. Our thanks go out to all of those who have sacrificed during this time.

[1] Farr, Christina. “These Doctors and Nurses Volunteered to Battle Covid-19 in the Navajo Nation, and Came Back with a Warning.” CNBC, CNBC LLC., 12 July 2020,

[2] “Help Our Natives – COVID 19 Navajo Relief.” – COVID-19 Relief, Help Our Natives,

[3] Stoney, Alyssa. “Navajo Nation Surpasses New York for Highest Infection Rate in the US.” Azcentral,, 20 May 2020,

[4] Powell, Kim. “Navajo Nation Frontline Workers Get Donations, Care Packages from Valley Nurses.” AZFamily, AZFamily, 9 July 2020, is the website for the workers compensation attorneys firm of Livingston, DiMarzio LLP Our team of attorneys is made up of New Jersey Mesothelioma Lawyers, NJ Workers Comp Lawyers, Employment Lawyers and Certified New Jersey Worker’s Compensation Attorneys.